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Germany Targets Roll-out of Nationwide Hydrogen Fuelling Network by 2015

10:16 AM MDT | September 10, 2009 | Alex Scott

An industry consortium and Wolfgang Tiefensee, the German minister for transport, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) targeting the introduction of a nationwide hydrogen fuel network across Germany in 2015. The partners have agreed to undertake a study to determine the best options for building hydrogen transport infrastructure in Germany. The infrastructure would enable fuel cell electric vehicles to be refuelled with hydrogen-potentially a carbon-neutral fuel-at filling stations across the country.   The companies participating in the proposed...

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